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ReForest London is planting trees all over the city, in neighbourhoods, schoolyards, parks, and natural areas.  Check out our past projects by browsing below, or by sorting the projects by type, year, or location.

Projects

New trails along the Medway Creek were naturalized with 200 trees and shrubs.

With the help of 70 volunteers, we planted over 300 trees and shrubs.

Enthusiastic volunteers from the Westminster Park Community Association, Ivey School of Business, and St. Leonards planted over 400 trees and shrubs in record time.

We returned to Berkshire Park to plante over 200 trees and shrubs.

North East London Engagement and ReForest London partnered with the City of London to plant 26 new large shade trees at Ed Blake Park.

Friends of the Coves led this large project to naturalize an area between the West and East Ponds of the Coves.

This church got a new sitting area and trees to help stop erosion at the back of their church.

Five trees and seven shrubs were planted at the Nature Park, which is located behind Arthur Ford Public School

This Wortley Village church planted 7 trees in the front and back of the church for aesthetics and energy savings.

The Broughdale Community Association, King's College, and ReForest London partnered to plant 12 tree and 7 shrubs in two project locations.

ReForest London planted 29 trees throughout downtown London.

ReForest London sold trees at a discount to residents in the Glen Cairn / Pond Mills area to be planted in their yards.

Students planted 5 trees and 19 shrubs in a new outdoor classroom.

Students planted 5 trees and 19 shrubs to create a new outdoor classroom.

Students planted 5 trees and 16 shrubs to create a new reading circle.

Students planted 5 trees and 16 shrubs to creat a new reading circle

Students plant 5 trees and 24 shrubs to create a new outdoor classroom.

Students planted 5 trees and 24 shrubs to create a new outdoor classroom.

Students planted 5 trees and 18 shrubs to create a second reading circle in their schoolyard.

Students planted 5 trees and 18 shrubs to create another outdoor classroom

Students planted 4 trees and 14 shrubs to create a new outdoor classroom.

Students create a new learning and play space by planting 9 trees and 18 shrubs.

Holy Rosary students planted 5 trees and 11 shrubs to create a new reading circle.

Youth from the Glen Cairn Community Resource Centre's leadership program planted trees in their neighbour's yards.

Thirty-six trees planted surrounding the athletic field for shade, aesthetics, and as a natural divider between the school and the homes.